My custom GPT – Dream House Designer – produces beautiful images of any house you can dream up from your imagination. It’s super simple: the GPT will ask you five simple questions (with examples), and you can give it one-word answers or a paragraph of description for what you’re envisioning.
When you’re done, it’ll summarize your answers in bullet form and also write a lovely descriptive paragraph of your scene, then it’ll generate one image just as you described, and another image with the creativity and whimsey punched up 50%, to help you ideate even more.
Here’s the type of output you can expect from the GPT (this first one is a pretty realistic house that I would love – a Frank Lloyd Wright style nestled into the boulders of a place like Red Rocks park outside Denver). The rest are from my different test users that tried it out over Thanksgiving.
This was the first custom GPT I ever created (through ChatGPT-4 Plus), a couple weeks after they released the technology to Plus subscribers. I actually only became a Plus subscriber because of the custom build tech – that’s the first thing that really excited me about AI creative work in the first place. It was a lot of fun to jump in and start figuring out how to develop an app in human language instructions rather than the back-end code. I think it turned out pretty well, especially for being the first test agent!
This app is good for daydreaming about your perfect place to live, but it’s especially fun to do with kids, letting them use their imagination to create their own ridiculous scenes – like the underwater house with shark pets, haha . . .
I mean unless your kid is a villain and designs this lair high above New York, which in that case I guess RIP you 😬
I also plan to use this custom house designer to build out the visuals for the places my characters live when I’m storytelling. I’ve already gotten sidetracked playing around with it when I’m supposed to be crafting a narrative . . . but that’s a good problem to have, I think.